tv KPIX 5 News Saturday Morning Edition CBS July 13, 2013 7:00am-8:01am PDT
just ahead on k-p-i-x news. how police eventaully caugh with the suspect. a deadly day in san francisco as a man opens fire at a jewelry store. just ahead on kpix5 news, how police eventually caught up with the suspect. a mystery deepens after the disappearance of a bay area toddler. what the girl's tearful father said shortly after getting out of jail. and the both longer-than- normal delays at the san francisco airport should be over as the runway reopens for the first time since that deadly accident. ss 7:00, saturday morning, the 13th of july, thanks for joining us. two women are dead after a man opened fire inside a jewelry store in san francisco. police say the shooter covered in blood, then started shooting at them. kpix5's linda ye reports from the scene at eighth and brennan
streets. [ sirens ] >>reporter: gunmen walked in a show room that specialized in gold jewelry and shot three people working there. shop owners say the two women who work at the jewelry shop were killed, the owner injured. he was taken to san francisco general with critical wounds. esther i shallogg knew them. >> we heard that somebody was shooting them, so that was a little bit scary. >>reporter: when the first officers arrived, they saw a man covered in bhood, walking outside the jewelry mart. >> the officers went to engage the suspect not knowing if he was a victim or a suspect. at that point in time the suspect produced a weapon and fired upon the officers. >>reporter: police say the gunman then ran into a nearby restaurant before officers could fire back. >> other officers came on scene, the suspect fired additional multiple rounds at the officers and then ran out -- we believe ran out of ammunition, threw the gun out on the ground, proned himself
out and surrendered. >>reporter: the suspect was also taken to the hospital with what police described as superficial wounds on his hand. the jewelry mart and surrounding buildings were on lockdown. plits feared a second suspect may have escaped. s.w.a.t teams ordered store owners to lock themselves inside their shops. esther said she hid in terror for an hour. >> on the main floor, they asked us to face the doors inside the show room, so they locked the show room. they told us to put the lights off and then that's it. >>reporter: by late afternoon s.w.a.t teams cleared the building, looked at store video and determined there was only one suspect. >> from talking to people it appears that this is not the first time that this suspect has been in the building. >>reporter: was it a robbery attempt? >> we do not know at this time what the motive for this horrendous crime was. >>reporter: in san francisco, linda ye, kpix5. >> as you just heard, police
are still working on figuring out the motive. they're waiting to talk to the injured store owner as well. the oakland man who says someone kidnapped his daughter from his car is out of jail this morning. the alameda county district attorney's office says anthony webb will not face child endangerment charges. kpix5 reporter kristin ayers with more on the search for that missing toddler. >>reporter: after two days behind bars, anthony webb walked out of santa rit dhp a jail and broke down. >> it i have to live with that, even though i'm not in jail, i'm still not free. that's how i feel. i can't sleep, i haven't slept since i've been here. >>reporter: webb had been in jail since wednesday, arrested for child endangerment. he admits he left his 21-month- old daughter daphne in an unlocked car in east oakland with his mother, who suffers from dementia. he says he walked in a store and when he came out --
>> the car seat was pulled over, the back door was open. >>reporter: daphne was gone. webb said he believes she is still alive but police and the fbi have been searching trails and waterways for any evidence linked to daphne's disappearance. they've been working to establish a timeline of when daphne and anthony were last seen together by anyone other than his mother. but even anthony could not answer that question. >> i don't know who saw me to tell you the truth, but like i said, i'm a home body, daphne is at home, my mom is at home. >>reporter: webb said it's been two weeks since daphne's own mother saw her. he also confirmed that trouble had been brewing in his family. child protective services gave anthony custody of daphne six months ago after what he called a life-threatening incident involving the child's mother who is now in rehab. kristin ayers, kpix5.
>> the community is stepping in now to help find daphne. people were passing out flyers outside the store where she disappeared yesterday. anthony webb says he is hopeful that his daughter is still alive. police are offering up to $10,000 reward for information leading to daphne. webb did refuse to discuss some issues with kpix5. one of daphne's district features is that she is actually missing part of her ear. he admitted she was not born that way but would not say what happened to her. nearly a week after the deadly crash of asiana flight 214, the airway is back in service this morning. the san francisco opened 28 left just after 5:00 yesterday afternoon following 48 hours of repairs. the runway closure forced thousands of flight cancellations and delays. now there will be less inconvenience for passengers and no more diversions to san jose and oakland. >> my friend at work, he got rerouted to oakland. i was worried i would have to be changed to oakland.
>>reporter: you know that fourth runway just opened at 5:00 tonight? dpl that's wonderful to hear. thank you very much. >> some scrapes on the runway were more than 100 feet long. the airport says it will bill asiana and its insurance for the cost of those repairs. a third victim, a girl from china has now died from the injuries she suffered in that crash. she had been in intensive care at sf general since saturday. the hospital is requesting at the family's request not to disclose her name or age. one of the chinese teenagers who died the day of the crash may have been killed by an emergency vehicle. san francisco police chief greg surr confirms yes ming juan was indeed ran over, but it is not clear if that is how she died >> we know for sure she was at least run over one time, but at the time she was under foam, so nobody could have seen her and the question is whether or not she was still alive at the time, so the coroner in san mateo county will be determining that. >> the girl was covered in the
white foam crews display sprayed on the plane to douse the flames. the justice department is conducting an internal investigation while awaiting the coroner's report. 300 people did survive thanks to the flight attendants and emergency responders. you can hear their stories in an encore presentation of our special "the heros of flight 214". that airs tomorrow morning at 7:30 right here on kpix5 and our newscast will air at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow just a half an hour later than usual. firefighters contained a grass fire in southern santa clara county that began just after 1:00 yesterday near umas and casslova road east of the reservoir. the fire burned 50 acres and destroyed a mobile home. a dog has died after eating a poisonous meatball in san francisco and police are warning dog owners to be on the lookout. a dawk sawnd named oscar died on thursday night after eating a meatball he found on the street about a week earlier. hundreds have been found in the
twin peaks and diamond heights neighborhoods. people are being advised if you find one of these meatballs, handle it only with heavy gloves because that poison can be absorbed through the skin. a a jury in florida is going to continue deliberations today in the george zimmerman murder trial. juries got the case yesterday after two weeks after testimony about the night zimmerman shot and killed 17-year-old tray dhp von martin. zimmerman claims it was self defense. his lawyers painted martin as the aggressor. gressor during the closing arguments yesterday. >> out of this darkness that trayvon martin decided to stalk and we know what happened. >> if that defendant had done only what he was supposed to do, see and call, none of us would be here. >> jurors have three options, second-degree murder, guilty of
manslaughter or not guilty. texas republicans are celebrating a victory this morning following the senate's approval of one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation. the new bill would ban abortions after 20 weeks. abortions are only allowed in surgical centers now which basically closes most of the state's abortion clinics. supporters of the bill say performing an operation in a surgical center will protect a woman's health in case of complications, but opponents argue this is not the about the welfare of women. >> i don't think it's constitutional. this is about politics, this is not about policy. this is about having things to talk about in republican primary campaigns. >> democrats vowed to fight in the courts and the ballot box. he's been in hiding for weeks and now he's speaking out. once again what fugitive edward snowden is saying about his quest for asylum when kpix5 news continues. a little bit later this hour, they work for cars, so why not dogs?
the business idea to keep your pets nice and clean. and it is shaping up to be a fine summer saturday. a live look right now out at san jose. the current temperature is 56 in san jose, 54 in san francisco and oakland. we're going to have the latest in your weather forecast coming up next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
the man who exposed americ' erged for the fi fugitive edward snowden could have a new country to call home. the man who exposed america's secrets emerged for the first time in three weeks yesterday. snowden met with russian officials and human rights activists at the moscow airport. he has been holed up in the transit area of that airport for weeks. the presidents of venezuela and bolivia said their country would give him asylum. >> i did not seek to sell u.s. secrets. i did not partner with any foreign government to guarantee my safety. i announce today my formal acceptance of all offers of
support for asylum. >> snowden is requesting asylum from russia as he awaits safe passage to latin america. u.s. officials have revoked his passport and put pressure on other countries to refuse to help him. plenty of activities here in the bay area this weekend. here's brian hackney to let us know if the weather will be cooperating. >> well, let's begin with the important stuff, the baseball game tonight, the a's are taking on the boston red sox. partly cloudy forecast for that game and 64 degrees at 7:05 p.m. tonight. it's looking pretty good for the bay area and for sacramento where if you're looking for something to do this fine saturday, head east out into the central valley, sunny and hot for the california state fair. too warm for you? come over to the city. it'll be plenty cool. for america's cup 201362 degrees, it'll be cool and breezy. here's what's on tap, a little bit warmer today. i'll show you why in a minute. mid morning clearing inland and a little bit cooler than on monday. what's happening is that the high pressure that's been over
the desert southwest is moving a little bit toward the bay area and so as the edge of this begins to head toward the city, the pressure comes up in the atmosphere and as a result we get a slight weekend warmup. low pressure staying well to the north in the gulf of alaska, and vument today, the -- as a result today, the numbers will rise, not dramatically, but we'll pick up a couple of degrees. forecast for oakland at 73. it's two degrees above average. average for this time of the year is 71. and then in livermore 90 degrees is the forecast high. that's about two degrees above average for this time of july. so we're actually above average readings. for the most part san jose is 83, right about where they should be. down in the south bay, the forecast looks like this. if morgan hill it'll be pretty warm, 80 degrees. but you go over the coast range, over skyline boulevard, the half -- to half moon bay and 63 degrees the forecast there, 64 pacifica. east bay today it'll be on the warm side, near 90 degrees at livermore, 90 at wal dhp nut creek, wine country, napa at 80 degrees, in the north bay it's
going to be nice, upper 70s should done it. 66 in san francisco. oakland today 73, as we mentioned. and then up in the far north we're looking at 76 at windsor, you go up 101 toukye a and you're at 90 degrees. we're looking for temperatures to increase today, tomorrow and then we begin to cool it off on monday. monday, tuesday and wednesday finds things moderating, mid- 80s inland, 70s around the bay and the usual low clouds at the coast. and that's going to do it. have a great week and a great saturday, everybody. homeland security secretary janet napolitano has her eyes on a new high profile position. she's leaving homeland security, hoping to become president of the university of california system. kpix5's len ramirez tells us why she just might be the perfect fit for the job. >>reporter: before she was elected as governor of arizona, before becoming the head of the u.s. department of homeland security, janet napolitano was a student at santa clara
university. >> she was top 1% of all the students students i've had since then. >>reporter: and she made an impression on her political science professor in 1979. >> very, very intelligent, but at the same time didn't show off her intelligence. she was very popular with the other students and they elected her the first female valedictorian. >>reporter: napolitano will now be the first female head of the university of california in its 145-year history. sphwh it's an outside-the-box choice. you get someone with a fresh perspective with an outsider's perspective, but a remarkable capacity to work within governing institutions, not only at the federal level, but she understands state government. >>reporter: one former regent says napolitano's experience dealing with complicated issues will help. >> she's been dealing pretty well i think with really difficult issues in washington, principally lately around the immigration issue and homeland security, and it can't get any more complicated than that, although i'm not sure she may be jumping from the frying pan
into the fire. >> the budget does chu a plan to increase the u.c. budget 5% a year for the next five years. >>reporter: state senator jim belliff of san jose says the situation is getting better, but she will still face a situation in california where more money goes to prisons than universities. >> i think we still have to serve the population we have in california and have the diversity of california represented on campus. >>reporter: napolitano's salary is still being set, but her predecessor mark udoff was making in the neighborhood of $600,000 a year. if she's in that range, it would be quite a bump from the federal government where she was making $199,000. reporting in santa clara, len ramirez, kpix5. >> if she gets the job, it's not clear where napolitano will live, the president's house in kensington hasn't been lived in in 2008 because it needs millions of dollars in repairs. summertime is tomato time. just ahead tony tantillo with some tips on finding the best tomatoes at your grocery store. also ahead, one of the
it's as good as it looks. fresh grocer tony tantillo has some tips on how to select the best ones. >>reporter: today's tip of the day is beautiful heirloom tomatoes. it's summertime, they're out everywhere and the flavor is incredible if you select them right. and with all the colors and varieties, you'll be deciding all day what to choose from. we'll settle with this one. look at these beautiful tomatoes, the yellows, the reds, with names like radiator jack, the golden tomato. when you buy them, make sure the colors are nice and bright all the way around, free from any slifling whatsoever. -- shifling. the growers pick them when they're fully ripe and send them to the market. buy them and use them within one or two kays, that's it. the way i enjoy them, i cut them up and put some cheese on it which is fantastic, champagne vinegar, a little bit of basil and mint, some salt and pepper, some good olive oil and there you go, an heirloom tomato salad that's out of this world. heirloom tomatoes in the market for the next several months, a
little bit on the expensive side compared to regular tomatoes, but they're worth it. i'm tony tantillo your fresh grocer, remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. how do you know if you have enough tread on your tires when the rubber hits the road. christine johnson shows us a new technology that makes it crystal clear. >> i never changed the tires for four years. >>reporter: like many people, pettia never gave the tires on her car a second thought until she nearly slammed into the back of a van. her mechanic found her tires were so bald, meaning they were so warn down -- worn down that they had almost no tread, so they couldn't grip the road. all tires in the u.s. are required to have something called a tread wear indicator like this. the indicator tells car owners when a tire needs to be replaced, when the tread wears down to the same level as these indicators, it's time for new tires. >> about 2/3 of the people don't even know that those are in there. >>reporter: but now there is new technology in development that can make it really clear when it is time for a change.
first there are these tires made of a special rubber that change color when they're worn down. when your tire wears out, you see this vibrant color, red or orange or some other color. >>reporter: then there is this new indicator stud that will send you a signal when a tire is going bald. >> green you're god, when you see yellow, use caution. it's time to think about starting to replace those tires, and if you see red, you should be replacing the tires. >>reporter: experts say one of the best ways to test a tire's tread is with a penny, and here is how it works, insert the edge of a penny into the tire tread upside down. if the top of lincoln's head is covered by the tread, that means you still have an acceptable and safe amount of tread. >> a new tire will stop at 70 miles an hour in about 190 feet and a worn out tire would stop at about 379 feet which can mean the difference between
life and death. >> a recent study found that about 13% of vehicles on the road have at least one bald tire. some things never go out of style. service with a smile is one of them. cbs reporter joe ben dingt shows us -- benedict when it comes to keeping customers happy, one grandfather in santa anita stands alone. >>reporter: the chaos is constant inside this busy nordstrom's store, but on this end things take on a calmer tone. >> good morning. >>reporter: that's where you'll find ted standing tall, dressed to the nines, humming an old song that doesn't match the one blaring from the speaker and wearing a smile. this is my home right here. >>reporter: he is the store's greeter. >> they say can you help me. i said by all means, that's what i'm here for. >>reporter: in 200 stores nationwide, he is the only greeter employed by nordstrom's. >> the owner used to say good morning when people come in. >>reporter: a time his grandfather remembers.
gh i'll be 100 december the 30th. good morning, young, ladies, welcome to nordstrom's. >>reporter: 99 years young, still on his feet working. when you get old, you can't just sit down and watch tv. >>reporter: ted retired from being a meat cutter in the '80s to help his wife. cancer. she had cancer. i had to retire because i had to take care of her. >>reporter: but after she passed away, he realized he needed something more, a way to stay connected. good morning. good morning. high five, high five. in can you give him high five? thank you. >>reporter: this store opened in 1994, one of its first customers ted denuzzio and it didn't take long before they hired him. >> i've been standing for 13 years. >> i have to have good shoes. >>reporter: which he buys here, along with 100 ties and he has quite an audience. >> thousands, thousands of people, especially on saturday when they come in droves. good morning, young lady. good morning, welcome to nordstrom's. i don't want to miss anybody. >>reporter: but it's hard to
talk that fast. >> good morning, young lady. bye bye now, thank you. >>reporter: although most customers respond, a few just walk on by. >> it doesn't bother me. you gotta be nice to everybody. that's the secret. >>reporter: the secret to staying happy and young. be nice to people, you know, so they can come back. >>reporter: a simple idea this company doesn't mind employing which is a good thing for this sent airian because he has -- he doesn't have a plan to sit down anytime soon. >> that was joy benedict reporting. a battle between the two best baseball teams in the american league. highlights from oakland as the a's take on the boston red sox. and it is a way to get your dog clean without making a mess of your home or yard, all this and more coming up in the next half hour when we come back. ,,,,,,,,,,
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the san francisc for the first time since the deadly asiana crash landing one week ago, a runway reopens at the san francisco airport. police still trying to figure out why a man opened fire at a san francisco jewelry store, shooting several people inside, then turning the gun on them. and the mysterious disappearance of a toddler in oakland. reaction from the girl's tearful father shortly after he got out of jail. welcome back. it is just about 7:30 on saturday. thanks for joining us, the runway where asiana flight 214
crash landed one week ago is now back in service. the san francisco airport reopened 28 left just after 5:00 yesterday evening after 48 hours of repairs. the runway closure had forced hundreds of flight cancellations and long delays. now there will be much less inconvenience for passengers and no more diversions to san jose or oakland. >> my friend at work, he got rerouted to oakland. i was worried that i would have to be changed to oakland. >>reporter: you know that fourth runway just opened at 5:00 tonight? >> that's wonderful to hear. thank you very much. >> some scrapes on the runway were more than 100 feet long. the airport says it's going to bill asiana and its insurance for the cost of those repairs. a third victim, a girl from china has died from the injuries she suffered in the crash, she has been in intensive care at the san francisco general hospital since saturday. the hospital is respecting the family's request not to disclose her name or age. and one of the chinese teens who died the day of the crash may have been killed by an emergency vehicle.
san francisco police chief greg surr confirms ye ming juan was indeed run over, but it's not clear if that's how she died. >> we know for sure she was at least run over one time, but at the time she was under foam, so nobody could have seen her and the question is whether or not she was still alive at the time. so the coroner in san mateo county will be determining that. >> it was that white foam crews sprayed on the plane to douse the flames. the fire department is conducting an internal investigation while it awaiting the coroner's report. more than 300 people did survive thanks to the flight attendants and emergency responders that day. hear their stories in an encore presentation of our special "the hereos of flight 214". that airs tomorrow morning 7:30 right here on kpix5 and our newscast is going to air at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow, one half hour later than usual. so join us for both. two women were shot and killed inside a jewelry store
in san francisco yesterday evening, and this morning police are still trying to figure out why a man opened fire. it happened at the jewelry mart at eighth and branan streets. kpix5's linda ye tells us the man also shot at them before being captured. [ sirens ] >>reporter: gunmen walked into a show room that specialized in gold jewelry and shot three people working there. other shop owners say the two women who worked in the jewelry shop were killed, the owner injured. he was taken to san francisco general with critical wounds. esther ishogg knew them. dpl we heard that someone was shooting them, so that was scary. >>reporter: when the first officers arrived, they saw a man covered in blood, walking outside the jewelry mart. dm the officers went to engage the suspect not knowing if he was a victim or a suspect. at that point in time the suspect produced a weapon and fired upon the officers. >>reporter: police say the gunman then ran into a nearby restaurant before officers could fire back. >> other officers came on
scene, the suspect fired additional multiple rounds at the officers, and then ran out -- we believe ran out of ammunition, threw the gun on the ground and proned himself out and surrendered. >>reporter: the suspect was also taken to the hospital for what police described as superficial wounds on his hands. the jury mart and surrounding buildings were in lockdown. police feared a second suspect may have escaped. s.w.a.t teams ordered store owners to lock themselves inside their shops. esther said she hid in terror for an hour. >> on the main floor, they asked us to face the doors, inside the show room. so they locked the show room, so they told us to put the lights off and then that's it. >>reporter: by late afternoon s.w.a.t teams cleared the building, looked at store video and determined there was only one suspect. >> from talking to people it appears that this is not the first time that this suspect has been in the building.
>>reporter: was it a robbery attempt? >> we do not know at this time what the motive for this horrendous crime was. >>reporter: in san francisco, linda ye, kpix5. >> establishing a motive in that attack is going to be key. police are waiting to talk to the injured store owner this morning. the search for missing 21- month-old daphne webb continues today. her father anthony webb is now out of jail. webb was arrested for child endangerment on wednesday. that is the same day webb says someone took his daughter from his suv. alameda county's d.a. will not file charges charges against the father after all. 45-year-old webb says he wants his daughter back home. >> i can't really sleep. i haven't slept since i've been here. i'm just worried about her. please drop her off somewhere and leave a note or something. >> webb did refuse to discuss some issues with us, one of
daphne's district features is that she is missing part of her ear. he admitted she wasn't born that way but said he wouldn't say exactly what happened to her. a second day of jury deliberations today in the george zimmerman murder trial. zimmerman shot and killed 17- year-old trayvon martin in florida last year. the neighborhood watch volunteer claims it was self- defense. the jury of six women have three options, second-degree murder, guilty of manslaughter or not guilty. and this just might be a preview of the american league championship series, the a's and red sox, two of the best teams in baseball lock horns at the coliseum. game one highlights coming up. >>reporter: we're starting out the morning as per usual, some low clouds around the bay area, but we have a forecast for something distinctly difn to happen this day. things may warm up just a little bit. details coming up in the forecast after a break. ,,,,,,,,
education and won school district awards. it is what she is is doing in retirement that has earned her this week's jefferson award. >>reporter: this is what retirement looks like for wilma grant. >> we need to have snowflakes. >>reporter: when she isn't writing scripts, fitting costumes or organizing parents, she's working with her drama club students at tara hills elementary school on their next big production. >> these children are so stressed out. when they come after school, they can just take their hats off and they can just have a good time. >>reporter: and the kids will tell you drama club is their favorite time of day. >> i think that it's really fun and it's a place where i get to be myself. it taught me how to be confident in myself and it's really, really fun. >>reporter: during her 23 years of teaching k-6 in san pab lo, mrs. grant watched art programs disappear with each round the budget cuts. she started the drama club in
1990, committed to her disbelief that visual and performing arts are crucial to a well-rounded education. >> math, reading, creative writing, all of these things that we teach in the classroom can be found right in the performing arts. >>reporter: so she didn't let the drama club end with her retirement. >> i'm so blessed that she's still doing it, yeah. it's amazing. >>reporter: heather wilson was once a student in mrs. grant's plays. now her daughter participates. what do you think when you look at that costume? >> it makes me feel old. >>reporter: these costumes are a small part of what it takes to put on two decade's worth of plays, but all of it is a testament to mrs. grant's vision and dedication. >>reporter: in the school auditorium now dedicated in her name, wilma grant has put on "the nutcracker," "oliver," original plays, all adapted to meet the growing number of students who participate. it's free and no one is turned away. everybody has a talent, everybody has a gift, and i
feel good that i can pri that gift to light so that everybody can see it. and i think the most beautiful thing is on production night to see it all come together, to see these children on stage, giving it their best, seeing these children supporting each other. they're like a team. >>reporter: a team with a great coach. >> i love ms. grant, all the parents and teachers love ms. grant. she really, really, really has a big heart for the children. >> probably the best drama teacher ever. >>reporter: so for her commitment to keeping the arts alive in her community, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to wilma grant. kate kelly, kpix5. >> and you can nominate your local hereos for a jefferson award online at kpix.com. click the logo at the top of the page and then jefferson awards to find the e-mail nomination form. fugitive edward snowden could soon have a new country to call home. the man who exposed american secrets emerged for the first
time in three weeks yesterday. snowden met with russian officials and human rights activists at the airport in moscow. he had been holed up in the transit area of that airport for weeks. the presidents of venezuela and bolivia have said their countries would give him asylum. >> i did not seek to sell u.s. secrets. i did not partner with any foreign government to guarantee my safety. i announce today my formal acceptance of all offers of support or asylum. >> snowden is requesting asylum from russia as he awaits safe passage to latin america. the u.s. has revoked his passport and put pressure on other countries to help him. a victory this morning of the senate's approval of one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation. the new bill would ban abortions after 20 weeks and abortions will only be allowed in surgical centers, basically closing most of the state's abortion clinics. supporters of the bill say
performing the procedure in a surgical center will protect a woman's health in case there's any complications. opponents argue this is not about the welfare of women. >> i don't think it's constitutional. this is about politics, this is not about policy. this is about having things to talk about in republican primary campaigns. >> democrats vowed to fight in the courts and at the ballot box. firefighters have fully contained a grass fire in southern santa clara county that began shortly after 1:00 yesterday afternoon near uvis and cassloma roads just east of the reservoir. the fire burned 50 acres and destroyed a mobile home. no reports, though, of any injuries. a pretty nice morning all over the bay area, mild temperatures and a sunny afternoon in store. here's brian with the details. well, let's begin with the important stuff, the baseball game tonight, the a's are taking on the boston red sox, partly cloudy forecast for that game and 64 degrees at 7:05
p.m. tonight. it's looking pretty good for the bay area and for sacramento where if you're looking for something to do this fine saturday, head east out into the central valley, sunny and hot for the california state fair. too warm for you? come over to the city. you'll be plenty cool. for america's cup 2013, 62 degrees. it'll be cool and breezy. here's what's on tap, a little bit warmer today. i'll show you why in a minute. mid morning clearing inland and a little bit cooler than on monday. what's happening is that the high pressure that's been over the desert southwest is moving a little bit toward the bay area and so as the edge of this begins to head toward the city, the pressure comes up in the atmosphere and as a result we get a slight weekend warmup. low pressure staying well to the north in the gulf of alaska and as a result today the numbers will rise, not dramatically, but we'll pick up a couple of degrees. forecast for oakland at 73, it's two degrees above average. average for this time of the year is 71. and then in livermore 90 degrees is the forecast high. that's about two degrees above average for this time in july.
so we're actually above average readings for the most part. san jose 83, right about where they should be. down in the south bay the forecast looks like this, in morgan hill, it'll be pretty warm, 80 degrees. you go over the coast range, over skyline boulevard, half moon bay and 63 degrees the forecast there, 64 pacifica. east bay today it'll be on the warm side, near 90 degrees at livermore, 91 at walnut creek, wine country, napa8443s,. oakland today 73, as we mentioned, and then up in the far north we're looking at 76 at windsor. but you go up 101 to yukia, 90 degrees. plenty warm for us. we're looking for temperatures to increase today, tomorrow and then begin to cool it off on monday. monday, tuesday and wednesday finds things moderating in the mid-80s inland, 70s around the bay and the usual low clouds at the coast. and that's going to do it.
have a great week and a great saturday, everybody. in baseball action, the giants won their second consecutive game for the first time in nearly a month by beating the san diego padres. the a's hosted the red sox, but it was a boston player with bay area roots who got it the decisive hit. loren glenn with the highlights. >>reporter: hey, good morning, everybody. the tally is now four giants for the all star game coming up on tuesday. sergio romo's name has been called. he will be an injury replacement. in the meantime dustin pedroia, the red sox in the house faces the a's. how about scwred lowery? red sox nation, he goes yards to tie the game. it was twos all around. pedroia caught one with runners going, two across the plate and the red sox, best of the ace, takes the a's, best of the west, a final of 4-2. game two later on today. in the meantime down south, a home game for the giants last
night in san diego. look at all those fans there. bases juiced in the 6th and posey, the man with the top- selling jersey in the begs brings home more offense. giants extended their lead. they led 10-1 and put this one to bed. back-to-back wins for the first time in a while. and monte ellis opted out of his contract with the milwaukee bucks. back in the western conference now with -- not the warriors. the dallas mavericks, the 27- year-old fwreed to a they-year, $30 million contract. that'll do it for sports at this hour. we'll see you a little bit later on. have a good day, everybody. here's a look at this evening's big sporting events. the a's and boston red sox at the coliseum in oakland at 7:00. the san francisco giants are in san diego, and maiblg league soccer, the san jose earthquakes host the seattle sounders at 7:30, buckshot stadium in santa clara.
good morning sherri... who e ve with us? if you need a dog in your life, we've got an option for you. sherry franklin with muttville senior dog rescue has brought in beatrice this morning. she is the teeniest little thing, sherry. >> she is, she's 3 1/2 pounds. oh, my gosh. this morning her tail is up and wagging. >> even when she's nervous, she doesn't become aggressive, she just falls asleep, that's a good quality for a dog. tell us about the story. the past to get to muttville has been quite a long one. >> yes. she was at the stockton shelter and then was rescued by the -- taken in at the berkeley
shelter, and then they called us because they figured that we could probably place her easier. you know, we have the audience for the old dogs. so now she's with us. so i'm sure she's a little -- you know, she's been bounced around. >> from shelter to shelter. >> she's so sweet. >> i want to remind everybody about the wonderful things your organization does. you take them in after other shelters -- their time has run up at other shelters. >> right. a lot of shelters just don't put older dogs up for adoption. some of them do, and they sit for a long time. but our audience, you know, they know they're going to be getting an older dog and we have about 70 dogs available for adoption anywhere from three pounds, we actually have 115 pound mastiff right now, so all sizes and shapes. >> you have this adoption event every saturday. >> it's called love a senior saturday. it's from 12:00 to 3:00 at our
alabama street location, and we encourage anybody that wants to come get a little senior love in their life to come by and visit us. >> do you think that beatrice is going to wake up by that point? >> oh, she'll be wandering around. once she gets warmed up. >> she's a very lucky dog. and you're also going -- tell us about the book signing. >> we have a fantastic author. he wrote a book called "it's just a dog" and it's a really heart warming story and he's going to be there signing his books today from 12:00 to 3:00, russ ryan. >> the bottom line on that it's is not just a dog, it's your best friend. >> and when you buy a book, all the proceeds go to muttville senior dog rescue. so come by. >> wonderful. thanks so much for bringing in beatrice. she's going to be there today. we're hoping for a good outcome for her and dozens of others you have there. sherry franklin from muttville senior dog rescue. >> thank you. thrill seekers in spain got more than they bargained for at the annual running of the bulls. there they go, hundreds of
people jammed the streets of papalona as the bulls went on a rampage. a total of 23 people were injured, but none seriously. the nine-day festival started yesterday. the runsings eight in all, are the highlight. i just can never believe this goes on. seems like insanity. but it's a tradition that dates back to the 16th century. coming up one more look at the morning's stop stories and a new innovative way to keep your dog clean. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,
capacity. flight diversions to san jose and oakland are no longer necessary. police trying to establish a motive for shooting that killed two women inside a jewelry store in san francisco. police say a man opened fire yesterday inside a jewelry mart at 8th and branan streets. many ran to a nearby restaurant and fired at police officers before being arrested. the would women who died were employee -- the two women who died were employees at the store. the owner was shot, but is expected to survive. in the search for 21-month- old daphne webb continues. the toddler went missing in oakland. her father says someone took daphne from his car while he was in the store. webb was arrested for child endangerment but he was released yesterday. police are offering up to $10,000 for any information leading to daphne. well, no more cornering feido for the family bathtub scrub, thanks to cindy's sudsy pet wash over in west virginia. but four-legged friends can get their fur washed in their own salon, could be part of a new
trend. the pet wash basically works like a self-serve car wash. just feed the machine its money and you can get as much time as you need, except this wash also includes a treat machine. an 80-year-old man is cycling across canada and it is not the first time he's done it. dan mcguire has parkinson's disease and he is riding to it raise money for research into the illness. it is his third ride across the continent and his daughter says he doesn't really care how long it takes him. from his point of view he just wants to enjoy the places he visits. well, that is all we have for you this morning. thanks for joining us. again, tomorrow morning we have our special "the heros of flight 214", that is at 7:30. that's our encore presentation. that is when our newscast on sunday morning normally starts, but we're going to start at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow. so please join us for both of those items. and in the meantime our next newscast here on kpix5 is at 5:30 tonight. in the meantime enjoy your saturday. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,erererererererer